UCT: Your total source for industry education and networking

September 2011, Vol. 66 No. 9

SEWER/WATER CONSTRUCTION/REHAB & NEW TECHNOLOGY
In these tracks, learn about the new technologies and methods for meeting the increased demands on sewer and water systems. This year, a special "how-to" sewer rehabilitation workshop will equip people for starting an I/I reduction program. The information will also provide valuable benchmarks for people who are actually conducting programs.
• Using Grout To Control Water Movement, Infiltration In Complex Projects
• City Of Indianapolis Deep Tunnel Storage System
• Structural Rehab & Bypass Chamber Construction For A Major Treatment Plant
• Is The Economy Dictating Your Rehab Strategy?
• Implementing A Major Project Designed To Maximize Gravity Flow Using Underground Construction Techniques
• Design Of Trenchless Rehab For The 96-Inch Diameter Elm Fork Interceptor
• Lessons Learned From Implementing A Sewer Rehab Program – Leveraging The Power Of GIS/CMMS Tools
• Laredo Project Eliminates Illegal Connections, Separates Combined Sewer
• Real World Test Protocols For Products Used In Infrastructure Rehabilitation
• Special Forum: Status Of Using Styrene Based Resins For CIPP
• Method Specifications Lead To Successful Sewer Grouting
• Geophysical Assessment Of Geophysical Data For Interceptor Evaluation
• Waller Creek Tunnel Project
• New Technologies For Sewer And Water Infrastructure
• Sewer Rehabilitation Strategy Workshop
• Find It/Fix It – The Sewer Rehabilitation Express
• Public-Private Partnership For A 32-Mile Sewer Provides Community Model
• Advanced Condition Assessment Of Large Diameter Sanitary Sewer Interceptor System In Fort Worth
• Rehabbing Storm Sewers In Contaminated Soils And Groundwater
• Advanced Techniques For Collection System Condition Assessment
• The Role Of Sanitary Sewer Preventative Maintenance In Establishing An Asset Management Program
• Massive Microtunneling/Tunneling In Provo
• Asset Management: Analyzing Pipe Repair Costs
• Ethics For Engineers (satisfies Texas annual engineering requirement)
• The Role Of Sanitary Sewer Preventative Maintenance In Establishing An Asset Management Program